The Germans like to travel to Italy, where the climate and landscape, culture and history, food and the sea all try to outdo each other. If you're traveling by car, you do not need to get that far to Rome or even Calabria to enjoy all this. A beautiful, versatile, but unfortunately somewhat underrated region is already in the extreme northeast: the provinces of Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia. So, let us embark on a wondrous drive through the north east of Italy, where we will be surprised by the beautiful things in life.
The Italian Adriatic has been one of the most popular holiday destinations for German tourists for years. Especially with families with children, she enjoys an excellent reputation. This is primarily due to the fine sandy beaches that gently fall into the sea. For this reason, the city of Jesolo near Venice is one of the most popular tourist resorts in northern Italy.
The small town of Jesolo on the Italian Adriatic, north of Venice, is a well-known and popular destination for family holidays of two or even three generations.
The Oktoberfest in Munich is undoubtedly the epicenter for events in the Bavarian capital in autumn, but there is much more to discover. Move away from the Oktoberfest and explore the true autumn magic of the metropolis.
Sardinia is excellently suited for a road trip. Why? The Italian island is a world apart, with a size of 24,090 km² and a coastline of 1,800 km wide versatility.
Everybody is always on pilgrimage to New York. It's undoubtedly a fascinating metropolis, but no less cool is Chicago. The so-called "Windy City" in the state of Illinois is alive, colorful and culturally rich.
We like to travel and love flying. If only there was not the annoying search for parking at the airport, which can tarnish the holiday mood, at least temporarily.
The sparsely populated US state of Alaska is a dream destination for many nature lovers and adventurers. Untouched lakes, picturesque mountain and glacier scenery, fascinating wildlife and dense forests - nature as if from a picture book.
Bibione is located on the upper Adriatic, halfway between Venice and Trieste, and is one of the most famous seaside resorts in Europe. It is considered the pearl of the Adriatic coast and owes its fame to the eight kilometers long, fine sandy beach, the mild climate and the diverse nature that offers something for everyone, whether tour group, couple, family or active vacationers.
Now that Germany is slowly thawing again, returns to many of us the desire to travel back. A small city trip is usually enough to quench our wanderlust temporarily. How about a trip to the south, to Munich?